Hey lovable creatures,
Today was a really good day. Wanna know why? Of course you do. :] We went to the Last Bookstore on Spring and 5th St. Since we were going to be walking a lot, we packed a big breakfast.
*Inserts a picture of my sister-in-law, Melissa*
Ain’t she just lovely? :P But BACK OFF! She’s got that ring on her finger. :P Hence the “sister-in-law”.
And I had to take a photo of her hair because “the back o’ her head is ridiculous”. :P She can rock the short hair like nobody’s business. Look at that! :]
You can take so many photos in Downtown! You can look anywhere you’d like and there’ll be something worth taking a picture of. :P
:P We’re almost there!
I was on the hunt for any art books and you know what I noticed as I was looking through this section? After I found a couple of decent art books, I realized that I just like flipping through the pages and looking at the pictures. I don’t actually read anything.
You know, I’m really happy I brought my little brother with me. No, he didn’t ditch today; He didn’t have school because it’s President’s Day! WHOO. -___- I got him interested in reading Jonathan Kellerman books. :]
Look at their furniture! :P Did I give you the impression that I like this store? Well, that is wrong. I LOVE this store. :] They might not have much of the craft stuff I was looking for but definitely a great place to find treasure!
I look at this photo and I feel like myself again. I don’t quite know how to explain it, but it made me happy. For so long I have avoided my photo being taken, but I think I can get in front of the camera once again.
my little brother became a photographer. Check out this photo he took.
We purchase these books with the store credit we got from trading in the old books. They were really picky with what they would take though. Anyway, I’m sure my little brother and I will both enjoy reading these!
When you’re in Downtown Los Angeles, you should check out The Last Bookstore! :P
Note #1928: Don’t read in the dark.
See! I’m looking out for you. :P
Have a fantastic day,